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FTC to crack down on car rentals not following recalls
The nation's largest rental car company is being pressed to fix vehicles under recall before renting them out.
Consumer groups are asking the Federal Trade Commission to crack down Enterprise Holdings, Inc., That's the company that owns Enterprise, National and Alamo.
The groups want the company to stop renting cars that have been recalled, but not yet fixed.
Enterprise says it parks vehicles when recommended to by manufacturers and grounded more than 30,000 vehicles in connection with the Toyota recalls.
The Senate is threatening legislation if the rules are not changed.
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